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Can icecream be fit into a healthy diet?
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>>49116869
Not if you want to be healthy
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I never saw the appeal of ice cream, even when I was little. It's like eating pure sugar from a cold bag.

Repulsive stuff.
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>>49116869
Wtf is the story behind this gif?
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>>49116919
https://youtu.be/3mbBbFH9fAg
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>>49116869
Homemade or real ice cream is pretty fit tbqh
> Milk
> Eggs
> Vanilla
> Cream
For crème anglaise base
> Cocoa powder or lemon or strawberries etc
For flavoring
> Sugar
You could always skip sugar and replace it for some sweetener

Store bought ice cream is quite bad though, as every other store bought candy
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>>49116869
you can get low cal/low sugar ice creams, we have halo top and a couple other brands in the UK
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>>49116869
does it have sugar in it? yes.
so the answer is no.
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>>49117580
still bad for you
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>>49116869
Yes, almost anything can, you just need to not overindulge.
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>>49117580
Tastes like shite
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Why would you want to?
I honestly don't get "treat foods"
Most taste sickly and crap
Give me a steak over some sugary shit any day
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>>49116869
If you make it yourself, look up Ray Peat Ice Cream.

"I blend an egg (warmed to 40 degrees C) with a cup of sugar (also warmed) and a cup of coconut oil until it's smoothly emulsified, and maybe half a cup of powdered milk for extra texture, then add milk to fill the blender (total volume a little over a liter), with strong coffee or orange juice for flavor, or other fruit or vanilla, etc. The high oil content, and powdered milk, make it freeze without crystallizing, so the ice cream machine isn't necessary."
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>>49117710
>a cup of sugar
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If you aren't eating at least 1 Ben and Jerry's every evening, you are not doing whatever it takes.
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>>49116869
Literally anything can be fit into a healthy diet. Don't eat it every day and don't gorge yourself on it when you do have some, a couple hundred calories of shit food a week isn't going to have any impact on your life if you're not in contest prep for a bodybuilding show.
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>>49117718
>Eating all of the ice cream in one sitting
No
Sugar can help reduce cortisol.
Besides our body using protein to get sugar, in nature this would come from the occasional piece of fruit.
Refined sugar is still bad whatever the case.
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Pretty sure can make homemade ice cream with proton powder without having to add the sugar jew
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>>49117710
>a CUP of sugar
>5 cans of soda worth of sugar
>Healthy
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>>49117825
>Eating all of the ice cream in one sitting
Fuck off fatty
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>all this hate for sugar
Give me one reason why not to endulge in some sugary goodness after a hard workout?
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>>49117710
The two main ingredients in this recipe are a full cup of sugar and a full cup of oil. Ufookinwotm8?
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>>49117843
No, I'd rather sugarcuck fags like you would die off sooner
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>>49117841
You're the only one who has mentioned eating it all in one sitting.
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>>49116869
>mid deadlift pr
>soundgarden starts playing

BLACK HOOOOOOOOOOOLE SUUUUUUNNN
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>>49116869
Can be used for bulking when you run out of appetite. Gotta get enough nutrients from the rest of your diet tho.
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Reminder that dairy fat is filled with prolactin which will function as a gains goblin and give you gyno.

Stop pretending
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>>49117860
>Objecting to one cup of sugar being used in anything
This only makes sense if you're planning on eating it in large quantities
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>>49116869
little girls are so aesthetic
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>>49117893
maybe if you're already a low test bitch
lots of strong men drink like a gallon a day
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>>49117900
I'm objecting to the assertion that it's healthy. Your recipe is a combination of sugar and oil. If you eat a little bit of it, then you're eating a little unhealthy food. If you eat a lot of it, then you're eating a lot of unhealthy food. It has nothing to offer nutritionally other than a high glycemic index.
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>>49117854
So there's not a single reason?
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>>49118114
>Thinks all fats are bad
Coconut and olive oil or okay/good, other oils/PUFAs are bad
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>>49117900
>Used in anything
Not anything. 1 liter of liquid. A cup is approximately 1/4 of a liter. It's 25% sugar by volume.
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>>49118153
You can do all the mental backflips you like bud, your ice cream is no healthier than Ben and Jerry's.
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>>49118172
No Carrageenan, No Gum. No Flavourings, no colouring
You don't now what you're talking about
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>>49118153
stick to animal fats.
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>>49118215
>No Carrageenan, No Gum. No Flavourings, no colouring
Not that anon but xantham gums and carrageenan aren't bad at all
Flavourings and colorings have very minimal effects
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>>49116919
I think it's from a music video, most likely black hole sun, by soundgarden
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>>49118311
>Beef tallow/Goose fat ice cream
brb anons
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Lads

Oral nakadashi desu
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>>49116977
Why even have sugar or sweetener?
Also can you use honey
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>>49116966
hm that's creepy and only further solidifies my opinions about how evil the hollywood/entertainment industry is
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>>49116977
>Homemade or real ice cream is pretty fit tbqh

Better be posting a recipe real soon senpai because
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>>49116869
yeah. why eat rice to bulk up when you can eat this >>49117580
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>>49119420
Yeah, honey is also good and you need less of it than of sugar

>>49120895
Gelato di fior di latte

Serves 6-8 people

500 ml whole milk
250 ml cream
150 gr sugar

It goes without saying here that because of the simplicity of this recipe, you should seek out the best quality ingredients you can: the sweetest, most aromatic rosemary and milk that really tastes of milk – my pick would be organic and unhomogenised, and as fresh as possible.

Combine the milk and sugar together in a saucepan and heat gently with the rosemary. Watch the mixture carefully to make sure it does not boil, but just reaches the point where tiny bubbles (and perhaps even a little foam) appear around the edges of the pan, then take the pan off the heat.

Cover and allow to cool to room temperature, add the cream, then remove the rosemary and strain (in case any leaves are floating about). Place in your ice-cream machine according to its instructions.

Homemade gelato usually benefits from a rest in the freezer for about an hour before serving if you have just made it, or if it’s been in the freezer for overnight or longer, about 15 minutes out of the freezer before serving!

Without an ice-cream machine, it’s more difficult to obtain that perfectly silky texture but I have attempted it with diligent and regular mixing with a fork in between rests in the freezer with fair results.
>http://www.emikodavies.com/blog/gelato-in-florence-fior-di-latte-al-rosmarino/

Add vanilla, cocoa powder, cold brewed coffee etc for flavoring
You can use sweeteners or honey in substitution to sugar, ofc
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>>49121011
based anon
would it work by ommiting sugar or would I need to use some other sweetener?

t. gonna try keto on my next cut
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>>49121044
Now that I've noticed that that is eggless version, sorry
It's good but it's a pain in the ass to make it without ice cream machine

This one is way better
>http://www.bite.co.nz/kitchen-tips/how-to/1398/How-to-make-icecream/

>would it work by ommiting sugar or would I need to use some other sweetener?
It won't work without sugar or sweetener or honey
If you skip it, it will taste too bland
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>>49116912
american ice-cream maybe



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